Kaylee Proctor’s 2-year-old has dysphagia and sleep apnea, raising his mother’s fears during the coronavirus pandemic, reports WAFB9.
“He doesn’t look like he has special needs. A lot of people with special needs do not look like they have special needs,” said Proctor.
Like Blaise, thousands of people are suffering from underlying illnesses that have put them at risk for complications from the coronavirus. Despite national and local government directives to practice social distancing, not everyone is following directions.Get the full story at wafb.com